Child Care for NC: United for Change
Please join us at the NC General Assembly in Raleigh on Thursday, April 20th, 2023, for Child Care for NC: United for Change!

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Every young child in North Carolina deserves an opportunity to learn, grow, and succeed. But right now, our state’s child care system is in crisis, and too many children are missing out on foundational early care and learning. Please make a commitment today to join this statewide movement of parents, early educators, businesses, and advocates who are united in fighting for our future.

Use this form to let us know how you will participate in Child Care for NC: United for Change! And be sure to check out the Child Care for NC Advocacy Toolkit for resources, templates, and more information.

The deadline to complete this form is Thursday, April 13th.

Please note: Coffee, tea, water, snacks, and lunch will be served at the event! Please dress comfortably and WEAR PURPLE! Please click here for more frequently asked questions, including location and parking details.

Please make sure to follow the link at the end to: Request travel assistance or get help identifying a ride, sign up to allow others to ride with you, let us know if you plan to bring children to the event (very welcomed!), volunteer to take on roles during the day, speak at the rally (space may be limited), table for your ECE-related organization, participate in scheduled legislative visits, and let us know your accessibility needs

The Child Care for NC: United for Change planning committee is made up of center-based and family child care home providers, families, and organizations that are committed to long-term policy, program and funding changes to support our state’s early education system and the young children it serves.
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Child Care for NC: United for Change is designed to help parents, child care providers, businesses and community leaders stand together to tell the NC General Assembly that we are united for much-needed change and investment in child care in our state. Our child care system is in crisis, and this urgent crisis calls for urgent action. It has never been more important to show our collective advocacy strength. 

We hope that you will make every effort to join us at the event in Raleigh. The more individuals who can show up to voice their support for child care, the better! Resources and coordination will be available to help bring together people from across the state that day.
On April 20th, I commit to: (check all that apply)
Can't join us in person in Raleigh? Here are other ways you can participate in Child Care for NC and be part of the movement for change. Check out the Child Care for NC Advocacy Toolkit to find resources and templates for the following ideas.
On April 20th, I commit to: (check all that apply)
We will be hosting digital information sessions leading up to the event to provide more details, connect with one another, and discuss how to effectively participate in the event. Are you interested in attending a session?
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We are excited to share in April 20th with you! If you plan on coming to Raleigh, please follow this link to do any of the following:

- Request travel assistance or get help identifying a ride
- Sign up to allow others to ride with you
- Let us know if you plan to bring children to the event (very welcomed!)
- Volunteer to take on roles during the day
- Speak at the rally (space may be limited)
- Table for your ECE-related organization
- Participate in scheduled legislative visits
- Let us know your accessibility needs
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